New Fowler Museum exhibition highlights African art

“The Collector and the Dealer: Gifts of African Art from Jay T. Last and Merton D. Simpson” underscores the lasting impact that two men have had on the development of the museum’s acclaimed African art holdings.

For the love of film

UCLA Film and Television Archive, the nation’s second-largest moving-image repository, just celebrated its 50th anniversary.

UCLA Q&A: The modern mismatch

We live in the shadow of our achievements, says Dr. Peter Whybrow, best-selling author and director of the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA.

Reclaiming a Native-American language

UCLA professor Teresa McCarty has done extensive work with Native-American communities on language education policy and youth language and literacy learning.

Exchanging ideas through música

Ely Guerra, an internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter from Mexico, came to UCLA to meet with students, discuss issues with a Spanish class studying Mexican cultures and perform in a free concert as a UC Regents Lecturer.

The Great Pumpkin: The UCLA history of Halloween

UCLA boasts two preeminent experts on mythology and folklore who have studied the holiday's history for years: distinguished research professor of English Henry Kelly and Joseph Nagy, professor of Celtic folklore and mythology.
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